Java Search Engine is a server-side search engine program for Web sites written completely in Java. It features HTML and PDF indexing, a built-in Web crawler, international encodings support, words and phrases search, and returning results as quotations with highlighted words (like Google). It is available as EJB, JSP, servlet, or Java API library. For non-Java enviroments, it is available as an XML server with XSLT support.
Turbo Seek provides the capability to create and run a directory and search engine with ease. It comes with a visually friendly admin control panel that provides all of the aspects to create, customize, and run a fully functional search engine. It supports unlimited sub-categories, and includes a crawler, link checker, site rankings, site reviews, the ability to customize all text/layouts, relevance to search keywords, and more.
ViewVC (formerly known as ViewCVS) is a Python/CGI-based system for viewing and interacting with Subversion and CVS repositories through your Web browser. It can browse directories, view changelogs, generate diffs, view arbitrary revisions, and display annotated ("blame") listings. It has full support for tags and branches, and contains a database-backed query system like Bonsai. It was initially based on the cvsweb work by Henner Zeller, but has been ported to Python and dramatically enhanced.
RewriteFilter is a servlet2.3-compatible filter able to be plugged in any existing Web application that makes the application better indexed by search engines. It rewrites all generated pages transparently, encoding the URLs. When the filter gets a request, first it analyzes if the request is encoded, then it decodes it and forwards the control to the decoded URL.
@1 File Upload and Download Manager is a searchable flat text database manager for managing file uploading and downloading. It lets you define your own allowable file extensions and use your own icons. The default pre-defined extensions are pdf, zip, jpg, gif, png, doc, xls, mdb, ppt, txt, rm, mov, and wmv. File sizes and record dates are displayed in search results. The database can be categorized. The maximum file size allowed can be specified.
C-Cramp (the C-Cramp College Radio Audio Management Program) is a Web-based frontend to MySQL for managing the types of things that small radio stations might need: audio files, data, and "metadata"; DJ and staff information, schedules, live music and program logs, and all sorts of other data. Currently, a cross-platform PHP application is the focus of the project, but more features and types of programs are planned that will hopefully enable easier playback, storage, loading, and entering for all types of applicable data.